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West Allis, WI 53214

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Ever wonder how do you know when you need new brakes? One sure sign is if you are sliding to a stop at red lights even though you are pressing hard on the brake pedal. If this is happening, it may be time for a brake replacement.

Unfortunately, there is no stated schedule in your owner’s manual as to when brakes should be replaced. It mainly depends on how your brakes are wearing, which is largely determined by your driving style and conditions.

So how do you know when you need new brakes? Here are six obvious signs to watch for:

How do you know when you need new brakes? Schedule brake replacement at Expert Car Care Inc to make sure your vehicle is stopping as safe as possible.
08
May
2019

Ever wonder how do you know when you need new brakes? One sure sign is if you are sliding to a stop at red lights even though you are pressing hard on the brake pedal. If this is happening, it may be time for a brake replacement.

Unfortunately, there is no stated schedule in your owner’s manual as to when brakes should be replaced. It mainly depends on how your brakes are wearing, which is largely determined by your driving style and conditions.

So how do you know when you need new brakes? Here are six obvious signs to watch for:

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Like most motorists, you want to take good care of your vehicle and may wonder how often do you need your car serviced? It is quite simple--follow the recommended maintenance schedule in the owner’s manual for your car. Each service item will be listed along with the appropriate time or mileage interval that it should be taken care of.

There are two different ways in which you will be reminded as to when to get your car serviced:

  • Mileage-Based Service Intervals

The service intervals for older cars are generally based on mileage. There are usually two different maintenance schedules listed in your owner’s manual--one for cars driven in “normal” operating conditions and one for cars driven in “severe” operating conditions. Severe driving condition is generally defined as primarily short trips of five miles or less, extreme hot or cold climates, stop-and-go driving, towing a trailer or carrying heavy loads.

Wondering how often do you need your car serviced? Ask the car repair specialists at Expert Car Care how to know if your car is driving as safe as possible.
22
Apr
2019

Like most motorists, you want to take good care of your vehicle and may wonder how often do you need your car serviced? It is quite simple--follow the recommended maintenance schedule in the owner’s manual for your car. Each service item will be listed along with the appropriate time or mileage interval that it should be taken care of.

There are two different ways in which you will be reminded as to when to get your car serviced:

  • Mileage-Based Service Intervals

The service intervals for older cars are generally based on mileage. There are usually two different maintenance schedules listed in your owner’s manual--one for cars driven in “normal” operating conditions and one for cars driven in “severe” operating conditions. Severe driving condition is generally defined as primarily short trips of five miles or less, extreme hot or cold climates, stop-and-go driving, towing a trailer or carrying heavy loads.

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Are you wondering what causes the check engine light to come on or start blinking all of a sudden? Do you need to stop immediately and call a tow truck, or can you keep on driving to your destination? This little warning light can mean various things, from a loose gas cap to a more serious misfiring engine. It could also be an indication that your vehicle is getting poor fuel economy and polluting the environment more than approved limits. However, the critical factor is to make sure that long-term damage is not taking place in your engine and that the driving safety of your vehicle is not compromised.

So what causes the check engine light to come on? When the electronic-control system finds a problem it cannot adjust, the vehicle’s computer stores a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) in its memory and turns on a warning indicator light. This stored code helps your mechanic pinpoint the source of a potential problem. It may simply be that a sensor is malfunctioning, or it could be more serious, such as low oil pressure or the engine overheating. It can be caused by a problem in the ignition system, the fuel system, or damage to the internal components of the engine.

Wondering what causes the check engine light to come on. If that light comes on, schedule diagnostic test as soon as possible so that the right engine repair.
05
Apr
2019

Are you wondering what causes the check engine light to come on or start blinking all of a sudden? Do you need to stop immediately and call a tow truck, or can you keep on driving to your destination? This little warning light can mean various things, from a loose gas cap to a more serious misfiring engine. It could also be an indication that your vehicle is getting poor fuel economy and polluting the environment more than approved limits. However, the critical factor is to make sure that long-term damage is not taking place in your engine and that the driving safety of your vehicle is not compromised.

So what causes the check engine light to come on? When the electronic-control system finds a problem it cannot adjust, the vehicle’s computer stores a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) in its memory and turns on a warning indicator light. This stored code helps your mechanic pinpoint the source of a potential problem. It may simply be that a sensor is malfunctioning, or it could be more serious, such as low oil pressure or the engine overheating. It can be caused by a problem in the ignition system, the fuel system, or damage to the internal components of the engine.

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